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An unhurried honeymoon itinerary staying in luxurious and completely unique properties
Soak in extraordinary views of Colima volcano from Hacienda de San Antonio
Enjoy legendary service and superb potential for both adventure and relaxation at Cuixmala
Take Cuixmala's own launch to explore some of the coast's hidden coves
Visit the Frida Kahlo Museum in Mexico City
The rainy summer season lasts from June to October, when it can be very hot and humid. The best month to visit the Pacific Coast is November, when the surrounding countryside is verdant after the summer rains. January and February is whale-watching season. Come between November and March to see nesting and hatching turtles, from December to March if you want to watch dolphins and whales, or in April to spot giant manta rays. Mexico City can be visited year-round.
Enjoy Mexico at its very best by staying in some truly magnificent properties that offer blissful seclusion, outstanding service and utterly spectacular scenery. Explore Mexico City before heading to a beautiful hacienda in the shadow of Colima volcano, ending on the rugged yet enchanting Pacific Coast at the colourful boutique hotel Cuixmala.
Venture into the little-known state of Colima to stay at one of Mexico’s most glorious haciendas, Hacienda de San Antonio. Set beneath the dramatic smoking cone of Colima volcano, this historic grand estate is balm for the soul. By day wander through peaceful gardens with fountains, drink in the extraordinary views by the pool, saddle up on a thoroughbred horse for a ride you will never forget, enjoy a private tour of the hacienda’s mountain coffee estate, or visit one of the impossibly pretty nearby colonial villages. Return in the evening to perfectly made margaritas and serious gourmet cooking.
Finish with a stay at visionary Cuixmala, perched sublimely above the Pacific Ocean. This temple to outstanding service and unashamed luxury is an alluring mixture of Mexican and Moorish design, and offers access to Mexico’s most gorgeous and least discovered beaches. You can snorkel here, take a trip in the hotel’s private sailing yacht, see turtles haul themselves up onto the beach to lay eggs, catch some great surf, or even take a safari in the state’s private game reserve.
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